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Multiple display viewing architecture for virtual environments over heterogeneous networks

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4 Author(s)
Ferreira, A.G. ; TeCGraf, Pontificia Univ. Catolica do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil ; Cerqueira, R.F.G. ; Celes, W. ; Gattass, M.

Visualization systems that support multiple-display viewing can greatly enhance user perception. The common approach to provide multiple synchronized views uses a powerful centralized processing unit to support the rendering process on all screens. As an alternative approach, we propose a distributed architecture that supports a flexible and reliable visualization system that, while giving the users a sensation of immersion, uses a heterogeneous network of low-end graphics workstations. The proposed system ensures portability and synchronization of all displayed views

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Computer Graphics and Image Processing, 1999. Proceedings. XII Brazilian Symposium on

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